How is Wikileaks dealing with the assault against it and what new leaks it is making available to the world. Wikileaks founder Jullian Assange will be speaking over video link from the Equadorian Embassy in London.Presenter: Julian Assangehttps://program.ohm2013.org/event/324.html Day 1 Start time 22:00 Duration 1:00 Location T1: Orwell Hall Type Lecture Track Observe ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OHM2013, wikileaks, julian assange
Hacking client side protection systems (sandboxes, internet security suites, financial endpoint protection systems) with malicious browser extensions. In 2012 I have created and published proof-of-concept malicious browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. With these, one can steal cookies, passwords, spy on webcam, use the browser as a proxy, change financial transactions in the background, steal files, and many more malicious things. In this presentation I will investigate the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OHM2013, talk, sandbox, security, browser extention, firefox, chrome, safari, Zoltan Balazs
Valdis will present his work in "open source intelligence" -- finding interesting data and patterns on the WWW and making sense of them. He will explain how he used the web to create various network analyses with purely public information. * 9/11 hijackers, their supporters, and their connections * book buying patterns on Amazon * economic development community in NE Ohio * the blogosphere in NE Ohio Valdis will explain a simple method to follow in tracking web data and how Google is... ( 1 reviews )
During the preview evening of Notacon 6 in Cleveland, Ohio, Jason Scott, a frequent presenter at Notacon and other events, offered to give a presentation on the art of presenting. Subjects covered include motivation, performance, content, common pitfalls, frequent harbingers of narrative/presentation doom, and memories of presentations gone right and wrong. The speech was recorded with a static hi-def recorder, so Jason does walk offscreen or get cut off at various junctions, but his voice... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: presentation, jason scott, notacon
Presented at Notacon 6 in Cleveland, OH on April 17, 2009. Jason Scott walks through the context and playing of Super Mario 64, the Mario Brothers launch title accompanying the Nintendo 64. Talks about the growing field of "Platform Studies", the lessons learned from the unique situation of Super Mario 64, and describes ways that modern programmers and coders can learn from the approach taken to the relatively new general experience of the 3D Platformer in 1996. Recorded by Tedd St.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: nintendo, mario, jason scott, notacon, blockparty, cleveland
I would like to share the methodology that we have used when planning and executing our "LAN for Life" events. This method has been the result of over two years of careful study of our events as well as other LAN party events. I'll begin by discussing the initial steps of planning the event, such as setting a proper date and finding a suitable location for an event. Next, I'll discuss the process of acquiring local and national corporate sponsors. Next, I'll discuss at the prep work...
Recruiters use a variety of tools and processes in their goal of moving talent from one company to another as fast as possible. Whether you are talent in search of a new company, a company in search of new talent, or a company attempting to protect your existing talent, you can benefit from understanding the systems in use by headhunters. Drew is a software engineer and a nerd who has worked in many industries, including the executive recruiting indusry.